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Power outages are a common occurrence in the Dominican Republic, and industrial noise pollution from emergency generators is a growing concern.
Nine out of 10 city dwellers may have enough harmful noise exposure to risk hearing loss, and most of that exposure comes from leisure activities.
Scientists have shown the energy conditions, under which a weak signal supplied to a physical system emerges as a stronger signal at the output thanks to the presence of random noise (a process known as stochastic resonance).
Dyslexia affects up to 17.5% of the population, but its cause remains somewhat unknown.
A study by the University of the Americas (Universidad de la Américas Puebla) in Mexico and the Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development, Neiker-Tecnalia, highlights the fact that noise pollution has negative effects on songbirds in cities.
According to scientists, carbon monoxide (CO), a tasteless, colorless and odorless gas, is not only a danger to the environment but also highly toxic to human beings.
Many people who are hard of hearing wear hearing aid devices (instruments) that are unsatisfactory in several ways: (1) over time they become loose fitting, (2) always make whistling noises, (3)